Our Big Fat Italian Wedding

Tom Weber’s wonderful blog about our wedding.

The Palladian Traveler

What happens when two travel/foodie/photography bloggers finally meet face to face? Well, they discuss story ideas, writing styles and camera techniques, and then they get married.

Say what?

Yep, Saturday morning, July 16th at 11:00, following a 2.5 year courtship that began innocently enough on the steps of Villa Poiana — one of the 24 country estates designed by Andrea Palladio, the High Renaissance master builder — Orna O’Reilly, of Orna O’Reilly: Travelling Italy, and I, a.k.a. The Palladian Traveler, tied the knot, joined our respective https:// together so to speak, inside the old Fascist tower-residence, Il Fascio, that now serves as the town hall for Cinto Euganeo, our township in the province of Padova in the Veneto region of northeastern Italy.

It was an intimate civil ceremony attended by a few family and friends as well as curious onlookers. Like the local pharmacist, who just had…

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10 thoughts on “Our Big Fat Italian Wedding

  1. Complimenti to you and Tom, Orna! Such a delightful wedding 🙂 Btw we will be in the Colli for most of September, and wondering if you two will have migrated south to your new abode by then. Would be great to share a post-wedding spritz with you.

    • Contact me via Facebook before you arrive and we will definitely meet up for a spritz or a serprino or two. We move south around the end of September/early October. 🙂

  2. Hallo Orna, hallo Tom,
    With warm congratulations to a very special pair. May you always find in each other the love, laughter and happiness that only partners in life share!
    Pircher Family and the whole Adler staff!!!

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